The tennis courts at Indian School Park in Scottsdale are waiting for you and your partner to pound some pavement.
With food just the way you like it, this club elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
Got kids? No problem at Indian School Park! This club is a fantastic spot for families to hang together.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Nicole Deacon, owner of Bikram Yoga Old Town Scottsdale, began her yoga journey in 1995, eventually opening her own studio 11 years later to inspire others to embark on their own exploration. Along with a coterie of certified instructors, she leads students through Bikram yoga’s 26 poses and two breathing exercises. Within a studio heated to 105 degrees, students go through poses that strengthen and stretch muscles, ligaments, and joints. Each posture is designed to work muscle groups needed for the next pose, building a series of interconnected movements. Each posture helps to increase blood flow to specific areas of the body, sending in a rush of freshly oxygenated blood to joints, organs, and limbs when yogis unfold from folds and twists, unblocking the tiny traffic jams of hemoglobin.
Palm fronds rustle in the breeze at Continental Golf Course, where players traverse a lush landscape of Bermuda grass under the gaze of a picturesque mountain peak in the distance. Designed by Greg H. Nash and Jeff D. Hardin, the relatively short layout surrounds two lakes, with water coming into play on multiple holes. On the 360-yard ninth hole—the course’s second most difficult—a narrow fairway leads to a small green protected by a right-side bunker and feral golf carts picketing for caddy status. The course's most challenging hole, the par-4 18th, presents a 340-yard dogleg right replete with intersecting waterways at the bend. Although the course lacks par 5s, the diverse landscape presents challenges for golfers of all stripes, from greenhorns to green-jacket holders.
Before or after rounds, golfers can refuel at the restaurant or drop by the driving range to stretch out their swings or employ the sage wisdom of an on-site golf pro during lessons.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par-60 course
Length of 3,766 yards
Course rating of 58.4
Slope rating of 85
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Celebrity chef Jamie Dunn brings easy-to-understand expertise to Mesa Arts Center on Thursday, June 18 in the Taste of Home's touring cooking school. Emphasizing seasonal recipes and
readily available ingredients, the program consists of kitchen demonstrations and holiday-themed meal plans.
Adventures 2000 connects professionals aged 21–55 throughout the Phoenix area with a range of professionally organized events. These informal happenings are conducted in a low-pressure atmosphere, making it easier for participants to make new friends or meet someone special to adopt a highway with. Adventures 2000's staff coordinates 30–35 of these activities and events each month, from horseback riding, whitewater rafting, and rock climbing to dinner parties and game nights. They also organize outings to live concerts and theatrical productions, and plan excursions as playful as themed treasure hunts or as elaborate as week-long travel packages. To ensure a safe and carefree attitude of the events, the staff extensively screens all new members.
Hosting nearly 70 networking events around the country each month, Network After Work is a veritable working-relationship matchmaker. At each event, professionals from all kinds of industries arrive armed with business cards, ready to recruit talent, generate leads, or simply meet like-minded people and talk shop for a few hours. Many events include complimentary drinks, too, making for a built-in icebreaker when you take an ice cube from each other's glasses and crack it in your fists.